Linda's Lasagna - Review by Nickolasa
I am only half Italian, so I made this recipe twice. The first time because I had cottage cheese that I needed to use up and was curious as to why half the lasagna recipes on this website say to use this type of cheese. I blended it with a hand mixer like a previous review had suggested. The end result is lasagna that tastes like it was made with cottage cheese. No one would eat it. But I wanted to give it another try, so the second time I used a mixture of good quality ricotta cheese and marscapone cheese instead and it was excellent! I think people who don't like ricotta use the stuff in the grocery store that is next to the cottage cheese. That stuff is grainy and gross. Use real 'rigott' people!
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